Extra business for ExecuJet during 2011 Rugby World Cup
ExecuJet Australasia and Quintessentially Australia team up and offers special charter packages
ExecuJet Australasia has reported an increase in
charter demand for the Rugby World Cup 2011 in New Zealand.
In addition to their normal charter services, ExecuJet
Australasia has teamed up with the bespoke travel company Quintessentially to
offer a personalised Rugby World Cup experience. “Not everyone can join the
frenzy of fans over the 47 matches, across the 45 day event. So, together
with ExecuJet, we are offering those Rugby supporters an alternate package for
those who still want to be at the heart of the action but are a little ‘time
poor,'” explains Belinda Yabsley, chief executive officer of Quintessentially
Australia and New Zealand.
“The charter demand to New Zealand has been strong already,”
says Roxanne Simpson, charter sales manager ExecuJet Australasia. “We have seen
an increase in normal charter activity and demand of up to 35 %. We have only
just launched the Quintessentially packages and expect to secure a number of
these within the next few weeks.” Additionally, we have secured a
number of charters to the various games on our heavy jet fleet. One
client booked a Falcon 900C for the entire month of October to ensure he and
his guests got to every semi final and Final game.
In November 2010, ExecuJet was issued with a New
Zealand Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) from the New Zealand Civil Aviation
Authority, paving the way for the company to commence base aircraft operations
in the country.